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Kitchen worktop buying guide


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Granite and quartz

A granite and quartz worktop glows with a lustre that makes it a work of art in its own right. Granting your kitchen unmistakable elegance when polished, its unfinished form also adds a natural, traditional feel.

  • Premium quality.
  • Hand-crafted and hard-wearing.
  • Long life, requires low maintenance.
  • Resistant to chemicals, heat and water.
  • No risk of spills seeping inside and causing damage or staining.
  • Highly hygienic and resistant to a number of bacteria.
  • Curved options available.


A top-quality option without the high-end price tag. Maia is made from natural minerals, giving you a beautiful yet incredibly durable worktop, with seamless joins and a silky smooth finish.

  • High quality.
  • Impenetrable to dirt, dust and bacteria and easy to clean.
  • Incredibly durable.
  • Glass-effect.
  • Curved options available.
  • Free care kit.

Solid wood

Easy to cut and install, with a range of colours and textural patterns, it brings refreshing beauty to any kitchen style.

  • Natural warm feel.
  • Very hygienic and resistant to bacteria.
  • Wood colours mature with age.
  • Scratches and marks can be sanded.
  • Can be cut to any shape.


Functional, chic, and good value for money, our large range of laminate tops comes in numerous colours and finishes.

  • Affordable.
  • Wide range of colours and finishes.
  • Resistant to wear and tear.
  • Can withstand temperatures of up to 135°C.


If you want the luxurious look and feel of granite, but need something that's not as expensive, Avonite gives you all the sense of quality and style you're after.

  • Premium quality finish.
  • Non-porous, preventing the growth of bacteria.
  • Gloss finish.
  • Cold to touch.
  • Designed to resist stains.
  • Nicks and scratches can be easily sanded out.
  • Easy to cut.
  • 10 year guarantee.


Although easier to install than solid surface worktops, Ezystone gives you all the air of effortless elegance associated with more expensive granite and quartz worktops.

  • Durable, strong, tough.
  • Heat and water resistant.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Can be cleaned with nothing more than warm soapy water.
  • No need for surface polishing.
  • Resistance to scratching.
  • Non-porous, making it more stain resistant and hygienic.

Top tip:

When it comes to the heavier or more expensive worktops, consider having them professionally fitted.

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